Pantry Pest Control

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Weevil Exterminator in Albuquerque

Nothing is more disgusting or disappointing than finding weevils is a large sack of flour, or pantry moths fluttering around your pantry, destroying your dried goods. With food costs always on the rise, not only is it gross to find pantry pests in your food, but it can feel plain wasteful. What are you supposed to do when you find that your food has been contaminated by pantry pests?

I Need Help Eliminating Pantry Pests in Albuquerque!

You’ve probably had this shudder-inducing experience before—you open your bag of flour to take a big scoop out for a recipe you’re diving into, only to find little larvae squirming around in your measuring cup. It’s enough to make you want to lose your lunch, and then immediately your brain starts racing. How much food will you need to throw out? When was the last time you used that flour? What do you need to do to make sure your pantry is clear from pests and your food is safe?

Our clients love how non-invasive our methods are. Dial (505) 340-5048 now to set up a pantry pest control consultation.

Hadlow Pest Solutions Gets Rid of Pantry Pests

Pantry pests are terrible, but they’re usually not your fault or a reflection on the cleanliness of your home. Unfortunately, eggs can end up in your food during packaging or at a storage facility before shipment. But when you do have the misfortune of discovering the larvae, beetles, or moths in your pantry, Hadlow Pest Control can help. We’ll ensure your pantry is free and clear of pests, consult you on which food needs to be thrown out, and make sure the bugs in your pantry will not be coming back. If they were coming from the outside, spraying the outside ensures pantry pests don’t find their way back in.

Are pantry pests harmful?

As an Albuquerque pest control service, we can assure you that pantry pests are not harmful to humans and they don’t damage structures. However, they do ruin the food they are found in and you should not eat food that has been contaminated by pantry pests. It needs to be thrown away.

How do pantry pests get into my food?

In most cases, pantry pests come into your home in food you’ve purchased, most likely contaminating the food in the processing plant or storage facility, although they occasionally do enter your home from outside. If they are coming from outside, Hadlow Pest Solutions can spray and make sure that doesn’t happen again.

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